I’m thankful for all the free worksheets for children that are available to print from various websites for free.

What are you thankful for today?

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  1. I am thankful we all have gotten our flu shots even if we had to go to another CVS that was the farthest from us in our area. The employees were nice and it is more spacious than our location.

  2. I am thankful for all the veterans in my life my dad, my uncles, my brother in laws, and friends that served our country.

  3. I am thankful for, and stopped to enjoy, the smell and taste of the first potato chip out of a new bag. How horrible it would be to not have the senses I do. I can hear well, see with my very thick glasses, and feel the world on my skin.

  4. Just like an earlier commenter, I am incredibly thankful for books. Also that I am in a time of my life that I’m no longer limited to my library but can afford to buy books from cheap used sites, so I can get what I really want. I read a great deal of nonfiction and sometimes the author will mention other books as their reference works, so I look for them on my cheap sites.

  5. I’m thankful for the turkey dinner with all trimmings the youth at our church provided for free to anyone who wanted one tonight. Individually packaged, they gave away roughly 150 meals.


  6. My veteran husband who served in Vietnam & has suffered physically for several years due to Agent Orange. Still a patriot & not a complainer. My life is better because of him.

    1. C in OHIO bless you both from another Australian military family 🙂 .
      Injured ex army vet husband who never complains either and my life is better because of him too.

  7. Books, books, books! So thankful for libraries, for friends who share, for eyesight to read. Reading is one of the greatest pleasures in by life.

  8. I’m thankful for my mum. I once read a book dedication to the author’s mother, saying “for my mother, who gave me life not once, but countless times.” That’s my mum. I love her so much and I’m so incredibly thankful for her.

  9. I am thankful for a sunny day so we could use our solar power to get all the backlog of laundry done and dried on the clothesline without having to use the clothes dryer 🙂 .

  10. Your comment touched me so much Margaret. My mother has always loved me, but not really liked me mostly because I chose to be a stay at home mother and not take the career path she took. My mother and my sister are very close. I’m so happy they have each other.

    When I was diagnosed with such an agressive long-term cancer as the family health nut my mother changed. In her mid 80’s she has finally accepted me as I am. I believe I have always reminded my mother of her sister that for some reason unknown to me she intensely dislikes.

    I am so thankful that, after almost 60 years, my dear mother is much happier. Some good has come from this cancer.

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